The German Marshall Fund of the United States (GMF) is looking for an
Intern, Urban and Regional Policy
GMF’s Urban and Regional Policy Program (URP) serves as a key resource and network builder for individuals and groups who make, influence, and implement urban and regional policy in the United States and Europe. The program promotes practical, hands-on exchanges and networking activities, supports policy analysis on pressing urban challenges, and convenes high-level policymakers and opinion-makers to inform current policy debates.
The URP team is currently seeking two interns for Winter/Spring 2014. The Interns will have the opportunity to gain an increased understanding of the policy process in a broad variety of American and European regions; to hone web writing and online communications skills; to network with leaders in the government, business, non-profit, and philanthropic sectors; and to engage with DC’s vibrant public policy community.
Title: Intern, Urban and Regional Policy
Location: Washington, DC
Start and length of internship: Preferred starting date: January 2014
Preferred time commitment: at least 21 hours per week between 9 AM to 5 PM for at least three months